TOUR | RALLY | LUNCH
In 1904 Dr. George Ellery Hale moved his 40” telescope from Wisconsin to the warmer weather and clearer skies of Southern California’s Mount Wilson which became the birthplace of American astrophysics research. Over 100 years later this facility is still studying the universe discovering new stars and planets as a working observatory. A visit to this facility reveals the amazing ingenuity of our country’s best scientific minds and the technology that fueled space exploration for the entire world.
Join us as we journey both into the past and to the future at the Mount Wilson Observatory.
Our Tour will begin in La Cañada with a spirited drive up Angeles Crest to Red Box Road ending at the observatory. Tour duration will be 9 AM to 3:30 PM with lunch at the famous Ocean View Grill.
Tour fee is $60.00 per person - Includes drive, admission, guided tour and lunch.
Lunch choices: BBQ Burger, Grilled Salmon, Garlic Shrimp, Roasted Chicken or Pasta Marinara. All served with salad.
Registration deadline July 21, 2018. No cancellations after July 25.
Deadline for sign-ups will be July 21, 2018. No cancellations after July 25.
For event information contact: Mark Process - firstname.lastname@example.org or
Jim Bindman: email@example.com